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Videodrome #2 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #2 - This week's best videos

Here’s the second episode of our V I D E O D R O M E series, providing the latest cool videos from around the world. Check it out!

1. ART ALERT: Jen Stark – Believer (Music by Dan Deacon)

This wonderful trippy video is part of Jen Star’s two-person show called Double Rainbow Rainbow, which opened last week at Show & Tell Gallery in Toronto.

2. Lesands – Glowing (directed by Panaframe)

Digging this sexy cheerleader footage. We highly suggest grabbing their Sweet Skin EP over at bandcamp. Could be a summer essential.

3. Karlmarx – Futuro (directed by Typoclique & Ben Westermann)

Karlmarx = brothers Isaac Aesili + Mark McNeill from New Zealand: “Futuro” comes from their full-length debut album, “The Karlmarx Project“ – out June 3rd on Cologne’s Melting Pot Music.

4. Teen Daze – The Bluest Water I’d Ever Seen (directed by Sebastian Rozenberg)

This chilljam isn’t a new single or anything, just a sample of the original material Teen Daze has been working on recently.

5. Slime feat. Vondelpark – 2 Player (directed by Joel Chima)

Slime is 19 y/o Will Archer from Brixton, who makes music as Slime. Check out more of this emerging electronic talent’s work here.

6. Rome (Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi) – 3 Dreams of Black (directed by Chris Milk)

To watch this interactive HTML5 video make sure you’ve Google’s Chrome browser running on your system. Highly Recommended!

7. Yuck – Get Away {Directors Cut} (directed by Michael)

New buzzed about band, Yuck, is anything but “yuck” with their kaleidoscope-like video.

8. Blood Orange – Dinner (directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz)

Blood Orange is Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion, who just dropped this old school-style video for Dinner. His 7? is now out via Terrible Records. An LP follows later this year via Domino Records

9. Cough Cool – Stolen (directed by Ben Tabas)

We don’t really know much about Cough Cool, but this slammer is off his From Clausen EP via Not Not Fun Records.

10. EMA – Milkman (direcetd by William Rahilly)

In this William Rahilly-directed for EMA’s “Milkman”, Anderson’s been green screen-ed into collages of psychedelic, video game-like visualscapes.

Published May 14, 2011. Words by moritz.schmall.